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    3
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  • three: being one more than two
  • three: the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one

Ward Kimball's "Grizzly Flats Gazette" 2009.05.23, dsc00102
Ward Kimball's "Grizzly Flats Gazette" 2009.05.23, dsc00102
THE GRIZZLY FLATS GAZETTE Special Edition June 9. 1956 Welcome to the Grizzly Flats Railroad, pioneer backyard railroad of the West. Founded in 1938 by Ward and Betty Kimbal, it has grown through the years until it consists of over a thousand feet of 3 foot guage track, an enginhouse with three stalls, a station, which doubles in brass as a railorad museum, three locomotives and three cars. The motive power includes the following locomotives, all built by Baldwin: No. 1 0-4-2 Balwdin #6934 -1883 Ex Wainanalo Sugar Co. #2 No. 2 2-6-0 Baldwin #5575 -1881 Ex Nevada Central #2 No. 3 0-4-2 Baldwin #6753 -1883 Ex Wainanalo Sugar Co. #3 The first locomotive on the road was #2, which was acquired in 1938 and completely restored during the following six years, to its original appearance. Named the "Emma Nevada", No. 2 is the largest engine on the roster, but has been out of service since 1950 until necessary repairs could be made. It is the next engine to go through the shop. Weighing 22 tons without tender, it will be hauled out for pictures this morning, making its first public appearance in over five years. As a companion for the "Emma Nevada" is Coach No. 5, originally Careon & Colorado No 5, built at Sacramento in 1879 and the last passenger coach on the Southern Pacific narrow guage. It was the first piece of rolling stock on the Grizzly Flats R. R. The side-door caboose was acquired in 1942 from the Pacific Coast Ry. at San Luis Obispo at the same time as the box car was purchased. The latter is near the enginehouse and serves as a coal storage car. The station was completed in December, 1949, and houses one of the largest collections of early toy trains and railroadiana in existence. With its pot-bellied stove, ancient desk, chairs and old time furnishings, it is typical of small town stations of the 1870 era. Today, as a special attraction, you will witness the maiden run of the "Chloe", No. 1 (Chloe Kimball's namesake) which was acquired from the Walnanalo Sugar Co., in Hawaii in 1940, and which has been completely rebuilt. Equipped wth a new firebox, with wood type grates, new flues, and complete machinery overhaul, this engine weighs approximately nine tons, and has 24 inch dirvers, 7 x 10 cylinders and operates at 150 lbs. boiler pressure. The engine's gold leaf and filigree work represents many late hours, blood, sweat, and strained relations n the Kimball household. Engine No. 3, the "OIonana", belongs to Jerry Best, and operates under trackage rights on the Grizzly Flats R. R. Brought over from Hawaii with No, 1 in 1940, this engine has been restored to its original eppearance, and was completely overhauled by the O'Connor Engineering Co. two years ago. It had been repainted for the occasion, although there was not sufficient time to do the striping and lettering before your arrival. The name "Olonana" means "The Big Noise" in Hawaiian, so she will endeaver to live up to her name this morning by puffing up and down the man line for you. Suitable cars for the these little sugar engines are being planned as the next project. We will try to spot the engines for photos in the best possible manner; the sun, if it shines, will be slightly towards the rear on the east side of the main line, but the engines are small and there should be room for all to photograph them. Please stand clear of the tracks when the engines are running, so that nobody will get hurt. Have a wonderful time on your visit to the narrow guage railroads of the Los Angeles area. Ward and Betty Kimball Jerry and Harriet Best DSC00101 (3), 2009:05:23 15:05:00, Grizzly Flats Gazette DSC00031 (2)
THE GRIZZLY FLATS GAZETTE
THE GRIZZLY FLATS GAZETTE
THE GRIZZLY FLATS GAZETTE Special Edition June 9. 1956 Welcome to the Grizzly Flats Railroad, pioneer backyard railroad of the West. Founded in 1938 by Ward and Betty Kimbal, it has grown through the years until it consists of over a thousand feet of 3 foot guage track, an enginhouse with three stalls, a station, which doubles in brass as a railorad museum, three locomotives and three cars. The motive power includes the following locomotives, all built by Baldwin: No. 1 0-4-2 Balwdin #6934 -1883 Ex Wainanalo Sugar Co. #2 No. 2 2-6-0 Baldwin #5575 -1881 Ex Nevada Central #2 No. 3 0-4-2 Baldwin #6753 -1883 Ex Wainanalo Sugar Co. #3 The first locomotive on the road was #2, which was acquired in 1938 and completely restored during the following six years, to its original appearance. Named the "Emma Nevada", No. 2 is the largest engine on the roster, but has been out of service since 1950 until necessary repairs could be made. It is the next engine to go through the shop. Weighing 22 tons without tender, it will be hauled out for pictures this morning, making its first public appearance in over five years. As a companion for the "Emma Nevada" is Coach No. 5, originally Careon & Colorado No 5, built at Sacramento in 1879 and the last passenger coach on the Southern Pacific narrow guage. It was the first piece of rolling stock on the Grizzly Flats R. R. The side-door caboose was acquired in 1942 from the Pacific Coast Ry. at San Luis Obispo at the same time as the box car was purchased. The latter is near the enginehouse and serves as a coal storage car. The station was completed in December, 1949, and houses one of the largest collections of early toy trains and railroadiana in existence. With its pot-bellied stove, ancient desk, chairs and old time furnishings, it is typical of small town stations of the 1870 era. Today, as a special attraction, you will witness the maiden run of the "Chloe", No. 1 (Chloe Kimball's namesake) which was acquired from the Walnanalo Sugar Co., in Hawaii in 1940, and which has been completely rebuilt. Equipped wth a new firebox, with wood type grates, new flues, and complete machinery overhaul, this engine weighs approximately nine tons, and has 24 inch dirvers, 7 x 10 cylinders and operates at 150 lbs. boiler pressure. The engine's gold leaf and filigree work represents many late hours, blood, sweat, and strained relations n the Kimball household. Engine No. 3, the "OIonana", belongs to Jerry Best, and operates under trackage rights on the Grizzly Flats R. R. Brought over from Hawaii with No, 1 in 1940, this engine has been restored to its original eppearance, and was completely overhauled by the O'Connor Engineering Co. two years ago. It had been repainted for the occasion, although there was not sufficient time to do the striping and lettering before your arrival. The name "Olonana" means "The Big Noise" in Hawaiian, so she will endeaver to live up to her name this morning by puffing up and down the man line for you. Suitable cars for the these little sugar engines are being planned as the next project. We will try to spot the engines for photos in the best possible manner; the sun, if it shines, will be slightly towards the rear on the east side of the main line, but the engines are small and there should be room for all to photograph them. Please stand clear of the tracks when the engines are running, so that nobody will get hurt. Have a wonderful time on your visit to the narrow guage railroads of the Los Angeles area. Ward and Betty Kimball Jerry and Harriet Best DSC00101 (3), 2009:05:23 15:05:00, Grizzly Flats Gazette

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